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For an English translation Critical Studies June 20 Ingres, quoted by E. Faure 1923 and 1925; C. Baudelaire: Oeuvres, Paris, 1932 (Bibl. de M. Baudelaire's various writings pletes, V. edited by E. d' Ingres, romantique. ch. reprinted L'atelier 18 C. Baudelaire: Salon de 1859, ch. \TI; reprinted his initial. 6 For an excellent survey of the period see J. C. Sloane: French Painting Between the Past and the Present Amaury-Duval: Faure, Paris, 1924, especially p. 88-90; also eleves d'Ingres in Theories, Paris, 1912.
3, 1855; see The Journal of Eugene Delacroix, New York, 1937, p. 479-480. Rapport de S. A. I. le Prince Napoleon, president de la Commission imperiale; see Salon de 1857, official catalogue, p. xxx-xxxvi. Speeches awards, made at the distribution of 9 Courbet to Bruyas, spring, 1855; see P. , de Gustave Courbet, Paris, 1922, the next Salon. 10 Courbet: 2 On youth see J. Rewald: Oeuvres de jeunesse Amour de I'Art, April 1936; inedites de Camille Pissarro, Camille Pissarro in the West Indies, Gazette des Beaux-Arts, Oct.
Boudin wrote to a friend, "that is fine, but, betw'cen ourselves, those middle-class people who are strolling on the jetty at the hour of the sunset, have they no right to be fixed upon canvas, to be brought to our attention? Between us, they are often resting from strenuous \\ork, these people who leave their offices and cubbyholes. If there are a fe\v parasites among them, are there not also people who have fulfilled their task? " '5 Monet, however, seems not to have cared at all whether anybody had the right to be depicted on canvas.